The Limitations of 3D Modeling & Simulations (IRL Physical Product Showcase)
3:30 - 3:55
Jenney Loper, Fractional COO & Founder of JSL Solutions
Allison Saldana, Project Director & Co-founder of RF Response
Lindsey Cross, Owner & Lead Designer at Luhu Designs
Janet Tsai, PhD, Instructor, Engineering Plus Program, College of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Colorado Boulder
Carlye Lauff, Ph.D. Candidate in Mechanical Engineering; Product & Process Design and Development Consultant; Co-Founder of CurioSpace
There is a trend in hardware development to use 3D modeling and simulation software for rapid prototyping and estimating a product’s performance to reduce development costs and iterations cycles. While there are many innovations in modeling and simulations, they are not adequate to prepare a hardware product for manufacturing and mass production nor can they replace the hard work of testing a physical product and documenting all of its requirements to ensure the delivered product meets the intent of the design. This panel will discuss where 3D modeling adds value and what its limitations are in leading up to manufacturing.
3 key questions attendees can hope to hear answers to:
Where in the product realization cycle is 3D modeling and simulation most effective?
What ‘real life’ variations are not part of current 3D modeling and simulation software?
Besides the 3D model, what else a manufacturer needs in order to produce the product you want?
Part of THE IRL PHYSICAL PRODUCT SHOWCASE Sponsored By Avnet: https://www.denverstartupweek.org/schedule/3681-irl-physical-product-showcase-sponsored-by-avnet
The Alliance Center
1536 Wynkoop St,